The South Central York County Senior Center will be closed beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will re-open as soon as possible.
The center will deliver Home Delivered Meals as scheduled.
If you are a member and interested in a pick-up lunch, call 717 235-6060 .
Our Mission Statement
The South Central York County Senior Center's primary mission is to establish and maintain a Senior Center by providing programs to facilitate the social, emotional, cultural, economic and physical well being of senior citizens regardless of race, religion or nationality.
Making A Difference
Educational, informative, social and recreational programs for any person in York County age sixty and over.
There are no membership fees. Located in the New Freedom Community Center, seniors join us five days a week and enjoy the camaraderie of friends and neighbors. "Why eat lunch alone, when you can join us for a nutritious meal and good laughs and conversation?"
We provide daily activities such as Tai-Chi, Yoga, Zumba line dancing, walking, watercolor classes, acrylic painting classes, ceramic classes, billiards, health screenings, community projects, and much more.
We partner with the York County Area Agency on Aging to provide meals to our seniors. Our volunteers delivered 16,810 meals to the homebound in 13 municipalities in Southern Central York County in 2019. We also served 14,114 congregate meals in our facility.
Is There An Artist In You?
Sign up for one of our wonderful art classes. Whether you choose acrylic or watercolor, you will find our instructors knowledgeable and patient. Come find the Artist in you.
Our Senior members pay it forward.
Since the beginning, our Center has volunteered in making blankets for those in need. Our volunteers recently completed their 40,000th blanket. We make a difference.
Get in touch with your creative side.
From nothing to something. Our crafters define the word creative. While enjoying the company of their peers, they use their awesome talents to make crafts that they sell at fundraisers to help their Senior Center raise money for programs. We love our crafters.